Donald Trump reveals his economic team, and there are no women on it

Money Men: Donald Trump Unveils His Economic Team
Money Men: Donald Trump Unveils His Economic Team

Donald Trump already wasn't doing so great with female voters, and his latest move likely won't change that.

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The Trump campaign on Friday revealed more than a dozen names of people who are on the GOP nominee's economic advisory team.

What the list does have: At least five guys named Steven or Stephen, or – with a bit of an assumption – Steve.

What it doesn't have: women.

The "No Girls Allowed" sign on the Trump Treasury Treehouse is unlikely to do any favors for him with women in the polls. According to the most recent Wall Street Journal/NBC survey, Trump trails Clinton among women by 16 points.

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The adviser list is very Trumpian in other ways as well, drawing from the real estate and investing worlds and reportedly featuring a decent number of billionaires.

It includes an oil and gas magnate, bank chairmen and an economics professor, among others, and the campaign says more people will be added at a later date.

"I am pleased that we have such a formidable group of experienced and talented individuals that will work with me to implement real solutions for the economic issues facing our country," Trump said in a statement.

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